It wasn't me! :(

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It wasn't me! :(

Postby LSUTiger » Wed Nov 18, 2015 4:34 pm

:grumble

I have a friend who could care less about hunting. I on the other hand have dreams of having hunting opportunities like this present themselves.

He gets invited by a vendor to an all expense paid guided hunting trip all because his company has done big business with them. Not knowing anything much about deer hunting or rifles he asks me to mount and sight in a new scope to a Winchester Model 70 .30-06 he inherited from his dad.

Like a good buddy, I oblige him and take the time to mount and sight the scope and bring him to the range for a little practice.

Two weeks later he sends me this picture:

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I have taught the young Padawan well. But one deer does not a Jedi Master make. Ok, I'll admit, I may have used the force, just a little.Image
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Re: It wasn't me! :(

Postby Abraham » Wed Nov 18, 2015 5:06 pm

Looks like he did well, but what's a Padawan?

I hope he gave you the back straps?

I once had to borrow a rifle for a deer hunt, (I'd sold all my deer hunting rifles as I expected deer hunting was a thing of the past...) and the price of my borrowing: Back straps.

I obliged.

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Re: It wasn't me! :(

Postby Javier730 » Wed Nov 18, 2015 5:13 pm

Abraham wrote:Looks like he did well, but what's a Padawan?

I hope he gave you the back straps?

I once had to borrow a rifle for a deer hunt, (I'd sold all my deer hunting rifles as I expected deer hunting was a thing of the past...) and the price of my borrowing: Back straps.

I obliged.

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